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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

•v VCL 13. NO 46 RECORDS WILL SHOW. Seelye Accuses Mercer and Sltevlin oi Imposing on Government. Grand ilapids Magnet: Chas. E. Sellye, who lias b.*en serving a term in the Hennepin county jail for the alleged petting o! afire on the reser­ vation, bat who was pardoned on Christmas day by President Roose­ velt, returned to Grand Rapids last Friday. Mr. Seelye says that in the near future he will go to Washington, where he can show, by the record*, that Mercer should be court mar tialed and his companion dealt with according to law. Mr. Seelye also claims that T. H. Shevlin of Minne* apolis was interested with Mercer in the dead and down frauds. Foreign Mission Annual. The executive committee of the Congregational Foreign Missions branch of the state has arranged a program for the twenty-fifth annu­ al meeting, to be held at the Con­ gregational church in Little Falls, April 16th to 18th. Miss Margaret Evan?, president of the branr:b, will open the exercites Wednesday afternoon. Apr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

VCL *4 n- RECORDS WILL SHOW. Seelye Accuses Mercer and Shevlin of Imposing on Government Grand ilapids Magnet: Chas. E. Sellye, who das .'en serving a term in the Hennepin county jail for the alleged netting of a fire on the reser­ vation, hat who was pardoned on Christmas day by President Roose­ velt, returned to Grand Rapids last Friday. Mr. Seelye says that in the near future he will go to Washington, where he can show, by the records, that Mercer should be court mar cialed and his companion dealt with according to law. Mr.. Seelye also claims that T. H. Shevlin of Minne­ apolis was interested with Mercer in the dead and down frauds. foreign Mission Annual. The executive committee of the Congregational Foreign Missions branch of the state has arranged a program for the twenty-fifth annu­ al meeting, to be held at the Con­ gregational church in Little Fails, April 16th to 18th. Miss Margaret Evans, president of the branch, will open the exercites Wednesday afternoon. April 16tb. R...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

1 *%£." fei-v' •m-• fti. $ti-Z mm OTJR SUGAR IMPORTS. Those of Last Year Will Exceed Record of Any Previous Year. Over Four Billion mnd a Half Found* of the Sweet Staff Brought into.. .This Country to Fill tbe Sweet Tootla of Uncle Sam. Sugar imports into the United 8tates in the calendar year 1901 will «xceed those of any preceding year by about 250,000,000 pounds,. and the cost will be greater than .any preceding yearexdept 1893,-when prices were un­ usually high.. The total importations of sugar in the year about to end will, according tothe' treasury bureau, of statistics, aggregate 4,670,000,000 pounds, and the cost about $115,000, •00. (The highest record of sugar imr portations in .any preceding year were, in quantity, those of 1899, 4,399,749,078 pounds while itivadlue', the figureB •f lSSttaade the highest record, $123,-' 083,217. The estimate of the bureau of statis­ tics for the calendar year 1901 is based upon the actual figures of importa­ tions from foreign countries f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

ATOM8' Uc«tiotive at Macon, Ga., Exptc:'ss .,t With Fatal Results. I Macon, Ga.. Jan. 3.—A freight en glue. just out of the repair shop and fired up in the roundhouse pf the Cen­ tral railroad of Georgia, exploded with­ out warning, shaking the entire city. The. report was heard seven miles, and nouses three miles distant felt the shock. The news instantly spread that many were killed and in a few minutes there had gathered at the gates hundreds of people, including wives and children of shop employes, weeping and clamoring for informa­ tion. The dead are: E. W. Hodges, machinist J. M^McDonald, machinist Uriah Cornelius, negro helper. The injured number 10, two of whom will die. The regro, Cornelius, was in the cab assisting the inspector, John Mc* Donald, who was on top of the engine. They xere blo^vn to atoms. The oth­ ers were at some distance from the engine. The cause of the accident is not known, the coroner's jury failir.g -jto ascertain it. It is supposed, how­ ever, that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. 1BALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. IE. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. J. VA8ALYj*ASST, EDITOR. Sornlng IB HERALD is published Evei" Friday at 122 Broadway, VaeaJy Block. Kntered as aecond-claee mail matter. Babacrlbern ordering address of their pa sn changed must always gl\ their former well as their present addresh. •11 papers are continued unless an explicit Ofder Is received for discontinuance ana uv llall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other •OTlodlcals can have same in connection with Tnm HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1902 1 When a man places himself in opposition to the vast major­ ity of the party he claims to belong to, he ought in com­ mon decency join the ranks of those he favors. The republican papers are still excusing- Roosevelt for his treatment of Miles, but the number ©f Roosevelt men lessens every day. The Younger brothers want to go to Misso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

"&* $& & Some Coffees are Glazed with a cheap coating. If glazing helps coffee why aren't the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed also? Lion Goffee is not glazed. It is per­ fectly pure and has a delicious flavor. The sealed package lniurei uni­ form quality and freshneu. SOCIAL CITY. Jau. 6—Miss Ollie Leigh was home from school to spend New Years's daj nwith her parents. Mr.audMrb. J. P.Leigh John Leigh, Violet Leigh t, Alice Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Love, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ratbbun, were\he guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Leight New Year's eve, and there was a dance iu honor of the occasion chat was enjoyed by a number of others from thin place., Mr. P. Palmer is enjoying better health this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Palmer returned home Monday, Mrs. O. C, Leigh re turned home in Agram Monday. A mistake last week. It waft Mr. and Mrs. A. Tbeleu and Mr. and Mrs. Benry Robinson tbat spent Christmas in Ran dall, instead of Nelson. J.S. Grier has got his bouse nearly finishe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

Professional Cards •ERGHEIM & AM KRON, Attorneys an«l UiUatwiloni at Law. Notaries Public. kBtaaHon o! land ntlM. probating of es* "1. eolleetyon*, real estate, loans. All bus attended to strictly and energetically ondence HoUcited. Offices, 1-3 Buek ck, Little Ml», Minn. DB.R&MKRO.Dentiet, ofCroi ft® Gof Osurgeon C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11a. m.. to 2 to 5 p. m, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Residence, South Fourth St. •IjUSt of Court House Little Falls, Minn. D" R. N W. CHANCE. Offioeover St. Paul Store. Office hours, 9 to 12 mornlog 2 to 4 afternoon 6 to 8 evening. Telephone connection, Wetsel's drug store. Little Falls, Minn. i&vroicfc... Why of course it interests... O Drop us a postal and we will cheerfully make I an estimate of the cost, We aie going to be very busy putting in some new mains, and would suggest that you do not put off I mailing that card. Electric & Water Co. mmi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

gg MEDICINE DR FOODI Yon think you need Medicine! Yeor doctor tdb you you need Right Food and orders* GROCERS EVEffmVHESL J. w. Hsauy and ShsIF Hardware Sash, Blinds, Coors. Building Paper, Lime, Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Mehanic's and Farming Tools OpportUnitu Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. Lowest rices. Satisfaction Guarantee oC' Morrison Go. Mm Mills. IDr. GIBSOIT ...|entist... How to Make Preach Dreailiif, French dressing is a mixture of fine olive oil, vinegar or lemon juice or both salt, cayenne pepper and onion juice. The following proportfons wiH make enough for one head of lettuce* One tablespoonful of oil, a bit of cay­ enne, one-half saltspoonfnl of salt, four drops of onion juice, one teaspoon ful of lemon juice and one teaspoonfnl of vlaegar. Mix altogether wriL It nay be used-with lettuce, tomatoes, celd meat an tomarinate chicken, lob­ ster and craL when they areto be used for salads. How to Vrr HaUlivt. Fresh haitbut Is deildw)a ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 January 1902

fppSpJ ifi'v mmL -j^i Mm $ 3**w«^i •fe? feb?-?* •$-•£ & »il" te if m. W (.,#!a§|^ifii|iiiittiii^^j| Jan. 6.—Matt Anderson, of Swan River •called on Elmdale friends New Yeai's. Mrs. Thomas Casey and son Robert visited at Dennis Sheedy's New Years.. John McDonnell and Mr. Clark, of Royalton, attended the daBce: at the M. W. A. hall Wednesday evening. Johnnie Sheedv was in Elm da'e Thurs­ day. Mr. and Mrs.' Was. Boyle and family spent New Year's with H. C. Larsou, of little Lake Beauty. Miss Annie Sobiek, who was home on a vacatiou, returned to Little Falls Thursday. Chas. H. Yick and Marcus Gunderson returned from their visit at Grantou Wis., Tnursday night. Frank Widger, who was employed at the crtamerydur tHeir absence, has gone to Minneapolis to attend dairy school. Mr. and Mrs. M. J.Madson and daugh­ ter Sine visited at Anton Christenson's Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, O. A.Wittke movtd to Swan River Friday where tbey will reside this winter during the sawing se ason. Neal O'Donnell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

A Qrowino Business. Among the establishments in Little Falls which are steadily growing in volume of business and in the confi­ dence of the buying public, may he placed that of Frank John, the Broadway harness man. Mr. John thoroughly understands the harness business in all its branches, and has by good work in. the repairing de­ partment and fair treatment of cus­ tom, developed a business ot which many an older man would be proud. He says that he expects to beat his 1901 record in 1902, and that he now has by one-third more than any other, the largest and most complete stock in his line in Little Falls, and is ready to supply any want of the most exacting customer. Those trad­ ing with him are assured in advance of right treatment. Commissioner Jacobson is gettiDg as flip in writing letters as used to beLafond, and with results .as disas­ trous. There are many points of resemblance in Jacobson and George outside of their politics. Hutchinson Leader: John Soder strom left Tuesday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

NEV MARRIAGE LAW. New York State Abolished Common Law Marriage. the In Its Place a Civil Contract Form la Provided, Which Must Be Signed Before Two Witnesses and Then Filed at Court House. With the old year common-law marriages in New York state ceased, and a new law recognizing marriage by civil contract has taken effect. By the signing of a written agree­ ment in the presence Of two wit­ nesses, acknowledging it before a notary and filing the paper with the oounty clerk, a man and woman may legally wed in NewYork state. In abolishing the old law, it's abuse *y designing persons has been done away with, and-the services of cler­ gymen, justices of the peace and al­ dermen are made no longer neces-, aary to tie the marriage knot. Law­ yers who have given the hew law at­ tention say that it will require fur­ ther amendment to prevent its being used to the. injury of one or the oth? «r of the contracting partiep by a failure to make it a matter of rec­ ord. Assemblyman John A. Weekes,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

ENGLISHMEN MARVEL Rapid American Building Methods Prove an Eye-Opener. Hanager from United State*, by Hi» Skill In Handling British Work­ men, Accomplishes In Year What Others Wanted Five For. Employers and members of trades unions in England alike are marveling over the accomplishment of the West inghouse Electric company in erect­ ing vast works at Manchester. Build­ ings which cost $7,000,000 have been constructed in less than a year. Eng­ lish builders estimated that this work *vvould require five years. The work has been done by British workmen un­ der American supervision, but instead of the 450 bricks per nine hours a day, which is th trade union average, each ifcan laid an average of 1,800 bricks, with 2,500 on the plain work. J. C. Stewart, of St. Louis, acted as manager. One day Mr. Stewart had 20 policemen on hand in case of emerg­ ency. The next day found him pre­ senting the foreman with a ten-guinea suit of clothes for his expeditious achivement. The manager's represen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

UTTLE FALLS HERALD ESJABLIttHcU. 1889. l&ALIX PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. K. VAOALY. EDITOR. P. J.VAjBALY,*A88T. EDITOR. THE HERALiD 1b published Evet* Triday Morning at 123 Broadway, "Vaaaly Block. Entered as second-claae mail matter, Babfcrlbera ordering address of their pa #en changed must always gh their former mm well as their present address. All papers are, continued unless an explicit ooiw is received for discontinuance and us 11*11 arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Babscribers wishing magazines or other f••HIBALD modicais can have same in connection with at reduced rates. •1.50 PER YEAR. 1902 JANUARY 1902 So. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY, JAN. 17. Referring to Senator Buck man's independent candidacy a few years ago for the sen­ ate, after being defeated for the republican nomination, the St. Paul Review says: "It is an ungracious jo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

5^1LK C®fFEE .-Vv t-%.V« X"' in the coffee bin—not a pleasant thought, yet when coffees are kept open in bulk who knows what different "things" come climb­ ing and floating in Lion Coffee put tip in sealed packages insures cleanliness, uniform quality, freshness and delicious flavor. AUSLAND. Jan. 16,—Aleck Pilon, Merten Smith and Eli Bowder are elmg leputations as rabbit unters. L. P. Snow's mother aud sister, from Randall, were bis guests last week. There wan a very pleasant surprise party at Chas. Stroeming's Fridav night. John Knudson has received news of the sad death ef his brother-in-law, who was murdered by thieves. COME AND CONE R- C. Tanner has gone to Cass Lake. Frank Taegar has gone to Detroit, Minn., where he will work in a harness sbop. W. T, Tourtillote returned Saturday frym a trip north. Mrs. Minnie Sparks and daughter re­ turned to West Duluth Saturday. Wm. Crossfield was in St. Cloud last Saturday. Mrs. F. W. Lyon, Misses Eva Barr, Georgia^Cornwell, Annie Newman, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

w. Professional Cards BFRGHETM DR. Gof & CAMKRON, Attorneys and counselloro at Law. Notaries Public. JBsamlnatkra ot land titles, probating of es "tea, collections, real estate, loans. All bus attended to strlotly and energetically. Bondence solicited. OtBces, 1-3 Bnck laii Brock. Little Falls, Minn. H. MERO. Dentist. SpecialtieBmfade, of crown and Bridge Work and Utipibtr of Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntnnder •or paliilcHS extraction of teetta VataStoer Over the M, A. FOR TIER, M. D.. C.M.. Gradu »tt Victoria University Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2. to, 4 in. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Third street and Secoftd ave. N. E. M. ROBERTS, phyBician and surgeon M-i, Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2'to 4 ud 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Buckman Sotel. Phone connections. J• ,G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a,m.and 7 to 8 p, m. Residence corner Jhird ay...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

ft V'tf "Vl^ is a siArauAHu »i crn c/ a Guarantee _| Cost no more I J. W. Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. C. 9 went Prices. Props ol Satisfaction Gnarante* Morrison Co. Roller Hills. JDjc. GKEBSOIN" ...penttet... In practise 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. American Huse JOHN REEDE. Pro*. Good Accommodation PRANK J- JOHN, Manufsctorer at and Braler in Harness u* Saddlerv and everything usually kept iu a flrat^laas Harness shop. aEPAlKINU A •roadway SPECIALTY, PIA.ND3, ORGANS, AND Sewing, machines. FOLOM'S MUSIC STORE 111 0. FBTHBRSFIL, Mmuficiorer. tf CIGARS: ... .Jobber in.... IPipr,s, Tobacco, Etc Drug*. 9¥ than others Less than some. #—•—H#HM—IIIIBWll Hsai/y ShsIF Hariwars S Sash, Blinds, Boors. Building Paper, Lime, 'ss Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER S CHILLED PLOWS.... Mehanic's and Farming Tools •OUDHUlllllUIIIUIIinilllllBllilllllliDUII THE CHICAGO POSTTHE Every FARMER siioald read daily The Chicago Post. Every LIVE STOCK Shipper shou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 January 1902

a & t- vi s-A 11 •f '•••J. :rt' ••v I- •kr' 81 'A&r V: •xr .y«- c4c ffc )& & St f"|. §°r is ilw LEDOUX. Jan. 15—M. J. Viechorek and N. O. Dounell have purchased a track of timber from L. L. Lindbergh ID the town of Swanville. They will put several men to work there next week. Geo. Unuk, who hair taken the contract for patting the crop sea on the Catholic church tower*, has one of the crostcg completed. The cross will grea+ly im­ prove the looks of the edifice. Jo*. Baneleki of this place has enlisted at Minneapolis in the cavalry, and left for San Francisco last week. What company and regiment, to us is yet un» kown. Leo. Kitowskiof Stevens Point, Wis., was at Ledonz Sanday and called on the mayor and council aad shook hands with a great many friends. We under­ stand he was introducing some new styles. Miss Pauline Sneicek, who has spent the last three years at Chicago, returned home. Mrs. M. J. Yiechorek visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Danelski, Mon­ day. Die...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 January 1902

3-"« A Jt ft 'v .' •V ?'. jiMMMMtl The funeral took piaM from Lutheran church Monday Rev.Falseth officiating. PROF. BRUNS Gilbert, brother of the deceased, is dangerously ill with appendicitis. Clara, daughter of Mr, and Mr*. Jos. Ledoux of the town of Ripley, died Sunday evening of blood pois­ oning after a brief illness following an attack of tnembransous croup. 8he was seventeen years of age. The funeral took place from the French Catholic church at Belle Prairie Tuesday morning. The family have the sympathy of ail. John Stand died at St. Gabriel's hospital late Monday afternoon, ^aged 54 years. He had been at the hospital about two wee£s. The deceased was born in Luxem­ burg, Germany. The family emi­ grated to America, settling in Jack­ son county, Iowa, and then in Stearns county, Minn. The deceased located in Buck man, this county, about 1872. He had served in the Oivil war. He was a town officer for many years, and deputy sheriff for some time, In 1886 he move I to Little Fal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 January 1902

s. !XrJf i, 1? DEFENSIVE. Women Doctors Uphold Their Sex in That Profession. Declare Ridiculous Reason Given by Northwestern University .for Proposed Abolishing of Wom­ en's Medical Department. Philadelphia women physicians and surgeons unhesitatingly ridicule the trustees of the Northwestern univer­ sity at Evanston 111., for their recent determination to abolish the .wom­ en's medical department of thatinsti tution, on the ground that women are not a success as doctors. 6ne woman doctor said: "The action of the university au­ thorities in question borders on the ludicruos. It. is a mistake to say that women cannot grasp chemical labora­ tory work or the intricacies of surg­ ery. It is true that we are still young in the profession, but it can safely be said that we are steadily growing and improving. "Some of the most difficult opera­ tions performed in Philadelphia with­ in the last year have been accom­ plished by women, and if this fact can be taken as a criterion there is ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 January 1902

An electric light when hung quite high is necessarily wasteful for the reason that it is a matter of considera­ ble inconvenience to turn off the cur­ rent Of course in such instances a wall switch button may be used, bu+ this entails, says The Scientific Ameri can, more or less elaborate wiring and more expensive attachments in the lamp socket. The thumbscrew with which most of the lamp sockets are fitted at present is the most simple and economical arrangement which can be devised and answers all purposes where the lamp is within edsy reach. It is, however, inadequate where it is CHAIN PULII ELECTRIC LIGHT. found necessary or desirable to hang the lamp beyond the ordinary reneh. because in order to turn it off r.se It is necessary to secure a der. With the chain pnll just br :t this matter is solved in a very simple manner. Tlie socket is supplied with a make and break attachment of the sliding kind, operated by means of a chain of any desirable length. One pull of this chr'n exti...

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